Project Kairos launched two years ago to offer tech startups an unparalleled platform to network with recognised leaders, pioneering brands, solution providers, investment communities, and other innovative startups attending TechXLR8, a three-day festival at the heart of London Tech Week. The festival connects startups with industry and investment to empower the next disruptors in tech. The show includes Project Kairos, which is the primary startup activity showcasing more than 150 tech startups to over 15,000 industry visitors and investors. The event will take place at London’s international conference centre, ExCeL from the 13th until the 15th of June.

Participation in the programme gives startups the opportunity to showcase their businesses with a stand at the Startup City Demo Zone, make a pitch presentation to the Innovation of Things Award, and connect through the Concierged Meeting Service, a VIP team providing matching services between investors, enterprises and startups.

Attendees will also be inspired by the Startup Academy engaging content for startups focussed on entrepreneurship skills, and strike a deal at the Investor Lounge – an exclusive area reserved for the investor and enterprise community

Thanks to Project Kairos, startups have the opportunity to meet and network with big brands and investors, as well as gain valuable business insight from leading entrepreneurs, and take part in pitch-off competitions.

Anyone interested in showcasing their startup to over 15,000 techies at London Tech Week’s central startup event, can book their spot here!

Alternatively, if you would just like to attend the event, you can register for a free visitor pass.

Photo Credits: Twitter @Project KairosHQ, Project Kairos, Knect365Knect365 
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